The harbor is facing SE and is protected by a windward curved mole, which has a width of 80 m for the first 320 m to the NE and then a width of about 50 m for 350 m to the SE. At its head a temporary green light operates. The outer side of the mole is protected by natural boulders. The inner coasts are quayed with depths of 6–3.6 meters. There are three ramps in the NE part of the mole, at a distance of 105 m, 150 m and 230 m to the NW of its turning point.
From the root of the mole a (central) jetty starts, which extends for 280 m to the SE. It has a width of 30 m for the first 80 m and depths of 3.6–5.6 m. The width of the remaining 200 m is 8 m. At its head a green light operates. On the NW coasts of harbor Kyllínis there is a fishing shelter.